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Goblet cell

Goblet cell

1. (Science: pathology) cell of the epithelial lining of small intestine that secretes mucus and has a very well developed golgi apparatus.

2. (Science: zoology) cell type characteristic of larval lepidopteran midgut, containing a potent H atpase and thought to be involved in maintenance of ion and ph gradients.


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